Huge Intelligence Agency Scandal Rocks Denmark

By Ron Ridenour, Covert Action Magazine. -

Four leading Defense Intelligence Service personnel were suspended on Monday, August 24, pending an independent investigation into serious charges of illegalities—amounting to what Danish [...]

The World’s Happiest People Already Have A Green New Deal, And They Love It

By George Lakey, -

According to the latest report from the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Solutions Network, the Nordics are once again in the top tier of the World’s Happiest People. This year’s report, [...]

Can US Learn From Denmark’s Ending Addiction To Carbon?

By Phil Mckenna, -

By Phil Mckenna for Inside Climate News - In the 1970s, Denmark was addicted to oil, burning petroleum not only to power its cars but also to generate electricity. Forty years later, the country [...]

Denmark Is On Its Way To Becoming An Organic Country

By Lindsay Oberst, -

By Lindsay Oberst for Food Revolution - Imagine a organic country. Does this seem possible or realistic? In the United States, where only 1 percent of U.S. farmland is certified organic, this may [...]

Denmark Passes Law Allowing Confiscation Of Refugees’ Valuables

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By Staff of Reuters - COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark's parliament passed measures on Tuesday aimed at deterring refugees from seeking asylum, including confiscating valuables to pay for their [...]

European Nations Such As Sweden And Denmark Are ‘Eradicating Cash’

By Michael Snyder, -

By Michael Snyder for The Economic Collapse - Did you know that 95 percent of all retail sales in Sweden are cashless? And did you know that the government of Denmark has a stated goal of [...]

Wind Power Generates 140% Of Denmark’s Electricity Demand

By Arthur Nelsen, -

By Arthur Nelsen in The Guardian - So much power was produced by Denmark’s windfarms on Thursday that the country was able to meet its domestic electricity demand and export power to Norway, [...]

Danish Wind Power Shatters Records, But Opposition Still Exists

By Jonas Schmidt Hansen, -

The small Scandinavian country of Denmark doesn't hold many minerals in its soil. Its supply of oil from the North Sea that has long contributed to the country's economy – not least thanks to the [...]

Activists: Civil Disobedience The Only Way To Stop Shale Gas

By Philip Tees, -

A group of citizens in northern Jutland have organised an anti-fracking campaign of civil disobedience to stop the French company Total from carrying out trial drilling for shale gas near the [...]

First Anti-Islam March By Pegida Movement Fizzles In Denmark

By Linda Pershing, -

On the evening of January 19, 2015, approximately 150 people gathered to support the Pegida movement's first rally in Copenhagen. Conservative political activist and leader of the grassroots [...]